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powder MA - skiing behind galzig bahn, st.anton

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Welcome to Epic- It looks like fun!

 

Hard for me to critique this for a number of reasons- having the camera on one of your poles likely alters your style, difficult for me to judge the terrain from the perspective given, etc.

 

At times it looks like your two legs are not working together as much as they should, with the right one being lifted or going off on its own more than the left.

 

If it was me skiing, I would try to round out my turns more and get rid of some of the traversing.  Hard to be certain, but it looks like you go fairly straight in sections with smaller, wiggle type turns with your speed continuing to increase until you get going faster than you are comfortable with and then use the traverse to kill your speed.  (OTOH, maybe you are just doing this to get into a better line or change hands with the camera).

 

Everyone has their own style and you should do what is the most fun for you. 

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i posted an older video, i don t know if you can see enough though. you re right about the pole with the camera, felt really awkward

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Like you said, hard to see a lot, but you seems much more rhythmical with a more constant speed being controlled by turn shape.  Overall, I like this style of skiing much better than what I think I saw on the first vid posted.

 

Wish I had been out there with you!

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